Oceano Dunes North meets South

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5 months 1 week ago #15775 by Lutz
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Hey everyone putting on a trail run to Oceano dunes here is the info. Come out and enjoy some sand dunes while we have them.Trip Details (Print this)

Trip Planner: Lutz

Trail Leader: None. This is an NCLR gathering similar to the MORG @ Hollister. No trip leader. Ea person is responsible for their action and need to abide by Oceano SVRA park rules and regulations:  ohv.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=1215

Date/Time: MAY 14-16

Friday - Meet up at campground LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST ADVENTURE PASS REQUIRED.Maybe night run to lookout of Garcia ridged trail

Saturday- 9am head down for a day at Oceano dunes SVRA- they only allow 1000 day pass must be there early to secure beach access

Sunday - pack up camp







Brief Trail Description: Welcome to Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA). Formerly Pismo Dunes SVRA, this sand dune complex is geologically unique and also provides an impressive playground for off-highway enthusiasts from throughout the United States. Oceano Dunes also offers visitors other recreational activities such as swimming, surfing, surf fishing, camping, and hiking:  ohv.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=1207

Meeting Location: Hi Mt Campground Directions: From San Luis Obispo: Hwy 101, 8 miles north, Hwy 58, 3 miles east, Pozo Rd. 16 miles southeast, Forest road 30S05, 4 miles southwest. Alternate route: 10 miles northeast of Arroyo Grande Forest Service Station off Pozo-Hi Mountain Rd. Note: Forest Road 30S05 may be impassable when Salinas River is high, use alternate route as noted. https://www.fs.usda....ea/?recid=11124

Radio Ham
146.460 NCLR
Repeaters
147.0300 127.3

Fees (yes); 5 per day , Adventure pass for camping in Los padres National forest

Vehicle Requirements: Stock Land Rovers welcomed, but best with high clearance 4x4 vehicles. Air down to the recommend psi for your tires/vehicles while on the beach; for example, I'm running 255/85/16 KMs on my D2 - going down between 10-15 psi. Also make sure your vehicle is in good working condition.

Required Safety Equipment: flag can be picked up next to the entrance to the beach, fire extinguisher

Required Recovery Equipment: Strong recovery points (front and rear)

Misc Equipment: shovel, first aid kit, repair tools (to suit your vehicle), tire gauge and tire pump.

Weather Forecast and Trail Conditions: mostly sunny; windy highs in the 60s lows in the 40s at night.

Expected Trail conditions: Will check as we get closer to the date.

Clothing Suggestions: warm weather but bring layers as it gets cold at night.

Property Information
Oceano SVRA Ranger Station
928 Pacific Blvd.
Oceano CA
805-773-7170
Call 911 for emergencies

Entrance to the Park
100 Pier Ave.
Oceano, CA

Nearby Towing and Repair Services info: Kautz Towing (805) 489-2336

Gas/Service Station Locations in the area: several especially on Grand Ave

Other Info:
Bring your camera and extra batteries, tent/sleeping bag if camping, extra garbage bags, sunscreen, GPS Unit optional certainly map of the area and compass, drinking water (primitive camp - no drinking water avail), nights might be cold - bring extra blanket and warm clothing/fire wood, Full size spare/repair kit.

99 D2
33's
RTE 4in custom rock sliders,maxyedor HD heim-joint steering
Front&Rear ARB with Ashcroft axles
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4 months 4 days ago #15842 by RattleCan
Replied by RattleCan on topic Oceano Dunes North meets South
Completely missed this trip!

Trips posted in any forum other than General don't show up on Recent unless logged in.

Just post directly in General thread - if needing to move - will move later

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I eneded up going over to the coast to get out of the heat and saw the NCLR Guys for about 10-15m -

they were heading back to camp..

Currently the ODSVRA is just about ready to close...

--- Most of the beach was closed this trip..
--- Nearly 1/2 the park is fenced off now...
here is a rough fencing map that I've been keeping and updating...

www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=12Me4...P4Rwqjv0&usp=sharing

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